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Jeanine wrote a review Apr 2021
There is a foul smell from water on them lakes. The place should be avoided. The place is in need of better looking after.
Date of experience: April 2021
Tripper Lots wrote a review Jan 2021
Melbourne, Australia207 contributions79 helpful votes
The Centenary Lakes nature park has a great playground for children with waterplay, fairy garden, fossils to uncover, and ropes to climb set within a broader nature reserve which makes it great for picnics and longer walks as well. From Centenary Lakes you can also take the boardwalk through the rain forest to the botanical gardens. Sign posts within the park are not great and you can easily get confused. …
Date of experience: January 2021
Errylinn L wrote a review Nov 2020
Queensland, Australia20 contributions
Strolled many times the Lakes,Botanics,Markets area.Many LOTUS varieties in lake Inc a giant leaf.VIX rub on is a great -" bitey-" repellent..around fnqld tropics..A SUNBUS ride from CBD is only $2-3.. A wonderful area for a few hours & TOBRUK pool close by
Date of experience: July 2020
simply-peregrinating wrote a review Oct 2020
Waddington, United Kingdom2754 contributions558 helpful votes
The lakes are so peaceful and picturesque and they are an area that is great for bird spotting. There are a handful of Chinese garden style 'buildings' which add to the views. The water lilies and pads are very pretty too.
Date of experience: January 2020
Wendy M wrote a review Sep 2020
Brisbane, Australia486 contributions107 helpful votes
This is definitely a place to visit to view the wonderful tropical and rainforest plants. While at the gardens visit the Tanks and view the latest exhibition on. A very relaxing way to spend the day.
Date of experience: September 2020